They were disappointed in the move by NASA to boycott the elections on 17 October if their ultimatums are not met.
Similarly they are concerned that Jubilee leaders are acting as spokespersons of the IEBC therefore compromising the independence and authority of the electoral institution.
They urged leaders to use dialogue as a tool of sorting issues rather than utterances that could raise political temperatures.
They said that students should be allowed to finish their academic year with less interference.
The Bishops asked Kenyans to respect institutions especially in times of dispute.
They were speaking after receiving a lot of backlash that religious leaders have taken a back seat in the midst of the on going political affairs in the country.
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